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Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund Temasek said it may slow investments as risks rise.
Few countries manage to pull off soft landings.
China's debt bomb.
Bank of the Ozarks, the countries largest construction lender.
The Tax dodge that cost the German treasury billions.
BMW finalizes accord to produce electric minis in China.
Iran says it will sell as much oil as it can to protect banking.
Tesla moves firs to hike prices in China.
Telsa is planning to build a large new plant in China.
Only 5 of 27 NATO countries are meeting the 2% target.
Brexit is dead...long live Brexit! 

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Pompeo is optimistic on negotiations with North Korea.
David Davis quits the BREXIT team.
Musk sent two engineers to check out the situation with the kids in Tailand trapped in a cave.
Trump to meet with Nato before meeting with Russia.
US/Russian summit issues.
Ukranian President asks for US guarantee that Ukranian interests will be protected.
Samsung Life Insurance is being forced to reform.
Russia is building massive icebreakers to service the energy sector above the Arctic Circle.
A British woman died from exposure to the Novichok nerve agent.
The ​US is trying to limit oil from Iran as supply is already taking a hit from Venezuela and Libya.

 

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Does the first round of Tariffs really mean anything?
What is at the core of the trade dispute?
Copper prices slumping.
June hiring for grads looks good.
TSA looking for recruits in a tight labor market.
10-year yields at 3.75%!
OPEC and Russia raise oil output.
Iran wants compensation for re-entering talks.
Talks with North Korea have begun.

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UK economic strength shows need for a rate hike.
The tail risk of a Sino-US trade war.
US Pork producers brace for new pork tariffs.
Despite the trade tensions, the US and China are a natural fit when it comes to LNG.
A second nerve agent poisoning in the UK.
Companies turn to felons to fill labor shortages.

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US government to deny China Mobile a license.
How the Fed got in trouble for enacting sensible monetary policy?
The Fed more likely to bring another stock market correction than trade issues.
Chinese loan rules squeezing some Chinese banks.
China heads for record downgrades and defaults.
Ways to lose your Bitcoin.
Wilbur Ross explains two additional shares he shorted.
Manhattan had its worse second quarter since the financial crisis.
Germany and Austria trying to work out an immigration deal.
Sec. of State Pompeo to meet with Kim Jong Un.
Libya's force majeure cuts oil supplies by 850k BPD

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The US Chamber of Commerce on the tariffs.
The EU warns of new tariffs.
China will halt any disorderly Yuan slide.
Mexico elected The first left-wing President in recent times.
The structure of the Mexican government.
​Oil deal may stir the pot in the Middle-East.
Iran urges OPEC to reftrain from unilateral actions.
US has  a plan to dismantle North Korea's missiles.​
 

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Will the Chinese chop the stock sell-off at the knees?
The US ends 70 years of a military presence in the South Korean capital.
The EU reaches a migration deal.
Employees at dozens of leading banks are said to be facing a German probe relating to tax evasion.
SpaceX with a used first stage booster.  Upon return the booster was ditched in the Atlantic?
The US Justice Department announced charges agains 601 people possibly involved in the opioid epidemic.
Who is funding Mexico's Presidential election?​​
"Whatever you got, finish it the hell up!"

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China is slowing approvals for offshore bonds and considering a ban on short-dated issuance of dollars, to reduce financing options for debt-laden developers.
Xi warns Mattis that China won't surrender one inch of territory.
Mattis assures South Korea on US troop commitment.
Australia passed an anti-foreign meddling law.
Europe's migration crisis is a make or break issue.
​Syrian opposition decries US silence over offensive in the southwest.
Mexico's favorite to win the Presidency, Obrador, vowed to root out corruption.
The House of Representatives rejected a compromise bill on immigration.
The Supreme court took away the punch bowl.

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The White House will push congress to strengthen an inter-agency panel as its main tool to curb Chinese investments in sensitive US technologies.
US/China trade spat isn't endangering the global system.
Canada is said to be preparing steel quota tariffs on China and others.
Violence in Mexico hit a reacord last year.
The US Supreme Court is due to rule on a case that threatens a key source of revenue for organized labor.
China is starting to establish a military presence in Africa.
Want real stress, try handicapping bad loans in India.
The US is pressing allies to halt all purchases of Iranian oil by November 4. 

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There are no plans to impose investment restrictions on any countries that are interfering in any way with our country.
Chinese stocks are poised to enter a bear market.
China questions whether it wants a trade fight.
Italy's crunch moment in the bond market.
The US could ask Russia for more oil?
Iran said it will not give in to pressure from the US.
Is a socialist on the verge of winning the Presidency in Mexico?​

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